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After the installation is complete, the system administrator must create any other necessary user accounts. All the DBA users must be part of the OSDBA group.
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The oracle user has a set of tasks to perform after the Oracle server software is installed. These include setting the correct environment, applying any necessary Oracle patches, and setting the initialization parameters.
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Before you can create a database on your system, you need to set some environment variables. The most important of these are the ORACLE_HOME, ORACLE_SID, TNS_ADMIN, CLASS_PATH, TWO_TASK, and LD_LIBRARY_PATH variables. Please refer to your operating system specific guidelines before you set these and other environment variables. As the oracle user, you also need to initialize the oraenv script (the coraenv script if you re using the C shell). This script lets you ensure a common environment for all Oracle users. The oraenv script is initialized by including it in the .login or .profile file. For example, for a singleinstance database in the Korn shell, this is what you d need to add to your .login or .profile file: ORAENV_ASK=NO . /usr/local/bin/oraenv
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You need to perform some additional tasks as the oracle user. Make sure you check the patch directory on your CD and apply any available patches. You also need to ensure that your databases are a part of the /etc/oratab file, so they can be automatically started up and shut down.
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Back up the root.sh script, as it may be overwritten during additional Oracle product installations.
Setting Initialization Parameters
You also have to edit the sample initialization file and modify it for your needs. After you create the database, make sure you create an SPFILE, which is a more sophisticated way of managing your initialization parameters than the traditional init.ora file. Creating SPFILEs is discussed in detail in 9.
THE ORATAB FILE
The oratab file, which is usually located in the /etc directory on UNIX systems, is useful for several reasons. First, you can use this file to specify whether you want automatic start/stop procedures in place for your databases. Second, oraenv reads the contents of the /etc/oratab file during the setting of the environment variables. If you want to back up all the databases on the server in sequence, you can use the oratab file to provide a list of all the databases the backup script must include.
CHAPTER 7 INSTALLING THE ORACLE DATABASE 10g RDBMS
Configuring Oracle Net Services
To enable connectivity to the database, you must configure Oracle Net Services. The configuration tasks include starting the listener process or, if the listener is already running on the server, making sure your databases are registered with it. All databases automatically register with the listener when they are created. We haven t covered creating databases yet, so you probably won t have to configure the network connections at this point. You ll learn all about connectivity in 10, which discusses Oracle Net Services.
Uninstalling Oracle
Sometimes, your installation process may get messed up in the middle, or a lack of disk space may force you to abort the installation abruptly. In this case, the best thing is to simply uninstall all the components that you have already installed. You can install again from scratch when you are ready. There may also be times when you need to remove Oracle software from your server. Before you remove the software, make sure you remove the databases from the server. Prior to Oracle Database 10g, you couldn t always count on a clean Oracle server uninstallation if you needed to remove the server software. This isn t true anymore. With Oracle Database 10g, you can perform an easy and clean uninstallation, marked by the following new features: Oracle automatically removes all files, including files that belong to configuration assistants and patch sets, during the uninstallation process. The installer automatically cleans up all the Windows registry entries. The following two sections list the simple steps you need to follow to uninstall first the Oracle databases and then the Oracle software.
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